Would you like to help shape Newcastle University pregnancy research?
Researchers from Newcastle University and The Newcastle upon Tyne NHS Foundation Trust are looking for pregnant women and new mums – with babies under one – to come along to some pregnancy research and refreshment discussion sessions with Birth, Baby & Family in North Shields.
The sessions run a few times a year and each one lasts between 90 minutes – 2 hours. They are informal and friendly – the researchers just want some discussion and your feedback on the work they are doing.
We will provide refreshments and you can bring along your children. There are baby change facilities, toys & activities as well as plenty of space for prams and car seats.
THE NEXT RESEARCH SESSION RUNS ON:
September 26th from 1-3pm – the session may finish earlier than 3pm and, as it is an informal session, you can head off earlier if you have children to collect from school/nursery.
This research is for a project which aims to evaluate a whole system approach to working with families. The researchers would like to have a better understanding of what you think of the services you received (or didn’t receive) when you were pregnant, during the postnatal period and during the early years.
If you have a baby and/or older children and you are able to make the session, it would be really beneficial to get your feedback and experiences.
Sessions run at…
The East End Community Centre, George Street, North Shields NE30 1EL – this is just off Tynemouth Road, there is free street parking right outside or it is a short walk from the Metro.
If you would like to come along, please just send me a message. And thank you – your input is so valuable.